: Vestiges of the Colonial Empire in France: Monuments, Museums and Colonial Memories, Basingstoke 2005. This event sparked an intense historical debate amongst historians as there have been multiple interpretations about the colonisation in Africa. 5 Similar to the abolitionists, they criticised the colonial excesses that could mean mismanagement, corruption and, in the extreme case, genocide. As different as the spread of Christianity proceeded with the nonconformist, dissenting elements of Protestantism in North America and the Catholic forces in South America so, too, was the result different in the end. The thought that markets might soon become flooded, and a nation's economy can only survive if it was able to offload its surplus products e sudden arrival of German imperialism in Africa was not something the dominant imperial powers, France and Britain, should have seen. However, upon further investigation, one can see that this effect, although ignored by historians, was very profound and real to the women who lived in Africa in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Because of this colonization many African natives migrated eastward, inadvertently transporting diseases to which the East Africans were not immune (Ransford 76). Instead, colonialism should be understood as a dynamic interaction in the context of which the colonial empires and the individual colonies massively influenced the historical development of their European mother countries. Imperialism is the dominance of one country over another politically, economically or socially. The US was more focused on competing for resources and new markets during this era. When many European countries scrambled for Africa, it seemed as though Africa had no say in anything. They can either keep up with the modernization of the world around them, or be overwhelmed and lost among it (Modern World History, 354). Like the Portuguese world empire, the Spanish arrived in all of Europe because European and non-European immigrants participated as much as did the natives in the colonies. What is now understood as globalisation has a critical background in the world historical involvement of the non-European sphere from the Early Modern Period up and into the period of decolonisation. The British took over the land and the government, took advantage of the people and exploited them for their resources.
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